Now Available: Arms of the Chosen in print!

Now available in print from DriveThruRPG: Arms of the Chosen for Exalted 3rd Edition!

Take up the panoply of legendary heroes and lost ages, and awaken the world-shaking might of their Evocations. Before the dawn of time, the Exalted wielded god-metal blades to cast down the makers of the universe. In an ancient epoch of forgotten glories, Creation’s greatest artificers forged unimaginable wonders and miracle-machines.

Now, in the Age of Sorrows, kingdoms go to war over potent artifacts, scavenger princes risk everything to uncover relics of the past, and the Exalted forge great arms and armor on the anvil of legend. These treasures are yours to master.

Discover the mystical power of the five magical materials and the secrets of creating your own Evocations. Wield weapons of fabled might and don the armor of mythic heroes, making their puissance your own. Claim Creation’s wonders: the miraculous tools of the Chosen, living automatons, flying machines, hearthstones, and more. And unleash the mighty warstriders, titanic god-engines of conquest and devastation, to once more shake Creation with their footfalls.


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Kickstarter Update

About halfway through the Trinity Continuum: Æon Kickstarter:

  • The full Trinity Continuum core rulebook has been previewed, and the first part of the Æon book has been previewed
  • We funded in under 3.5 hours, and have since raised $136,317 of our $50,000 goal, or 273%
  • We’ve got 1434 backers
  • We’ve passed eleven stretch goals:
    • The 1E Bundle has added Hidden AgendasLuna Rising: Psi Order ISRA & Luna SourcebookPsi Order Orgotek & FSA Sourcebook, Psi Order Norça & Sudamérica Sourcebook
    • The Æon Æxpansion has sections on VARGs, Aberrants and Aberrant Cults, and Noetic Biotech
    • In Media Res has scenarios for “Caper, Incorportated” and “Codename: Aquarius”
    • An Æon novella: Dawn
    • A limited-availability Trinity Continuum Kickstarter T-shirt

Community Spotlight

Canis Minor opens very soon for Pugmire fans!

The following community-created content for Vampire has been added to the Storytellers Vault in the last week:




14 responses to “Now Available: Arms of the Chosen in print!”

  1. Ekorren Avatar

    No discount for the PoD after you’ve already purchased the PDF?

    1. Krister M. Michl Avatar
      Krister M. Michl

      I got a discount mail, but sadly it was only for the standard version.

      1. Ian A. A. Watson Avatar
        Ian A. A. Watson

        DriveThruRPG has changed their “Standard” to use a heavier paper — in fact, the same paper as the Premium. It’s another jump in quality while still remaining more affordable than the Premium option.

        1. Anders Avatar

          So… wait, if the standard is the same paper as the premium, what’s the difference?

          1. Chromatism Avatar

            I’d love to know the answer to this as well. If they’re effectively the same why the price difference? Heavier ink coverage?

          2. Phil H Avatar
            Phil H

            I’m also curious about this.

    2. Ian A. A. Watson Avatar
      Ian A. A. Watson

      If you already have the PDF, you should have a discount email. Make sure to check your spam folder.

      1. Ekorren Avatar

        Thanks. It was in the spam folder.

      2. SamuraiMujuru Avatar

        I’ve checked the email address connected to my DTRPG account but haven’t seen anything yet. Is there a rollout I’m waiting for?

  2. Steve Avatar

    If it’s now available in print, does that mean that we’re officially past the errata/proofing stage when the initial PDF became available?

    1. chaney_insaney Avatar


  3. WuseMajor Avatar

    I’ve noticed that you’re offering a lot more options on Redbubble now. Will you be putting up the Exalted 3e Map up on anything? They do posters and canvas prints.

  4. WuseMajor Avatar

    Is DrivethruRPG no longer doing softbound books? Arms of the Chosen only has Hardbound options.

    1. richt Avatar

      They are doing softcovers still, yes. We aren’t doing them unless the book is pretty small.